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Hay's Galleria, London
(4.2/5 based on 150+ reviews on the web)
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  • A bustling area with lots of shops, eateries and drinking places plus several side stalls. Great sculptures to admire also. Continuing on from there are plenty of side stalls offering all sorts of mer...  more »
  • Walking through the Queen's Walk to the River Thames went through this charming Gallery and decided to meet. The site has several restaurants and is beautiful. There is a water fountain with an ancient ship of those who have oars all lit up at the entrance. This gallery is just a few metres from the HMS Belfast is close to Tower Bridge. Good for a break while walking by the main points of interest.
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  • On our way from the Greenwich Tunnel to the London Eye and the Hay Galleria is just the place to get a coffee, admire the cathedral-like spaciousness of the building and study the rather clever 'steam...  more »
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  • This spot is another little gem found in London. It has that wonderful combination of old and new that I find enchanting. It feels open with it high metal posts supporting a glass roof. Plenty of coffeshops, restaurants and shops surrounding a beautiful water fountain by David Kemp called 'The Navigators'. All of this is next to the Thames. A lovely place to discover.
  • A lovely little spot I only found out about very recently. Nice a cosy with a couple of coffee shops, shops and places to get a quick bite to eat. Nice view out of the front with a weird but cool pirate ship sort of statue in the middle. Looking forward to going back!
  • A nice place to hang out on a wet day due to large glass sheltered area. There are a few places to go for drinks. Finding your way out at closing time is a little tricky but there is a way out, you won't have gotten locked in.
  • A very romantic and cozy former storehouse converted into a boutique with pleasant cafeterias and small gif shops. The East side comprises of apartments if you want to rent one on a long term basis. A magnificent fountain closer to the Thames exit is double joy when the water is running. Feels even better on the sunny days.
  • Quite a nice location bit apart from a bookshop and small market it's the usual suspects like any area of this type in London.